Moderator Chris Myers speaks to NASCAR driver Kurt Busch about racing in his hometown and at other NASCAR Goes West tracks.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee delivers his State of the City address at the Texas Station Casino.
On Feb. 19, Zach “The Juice” Juusola will square off with Dave Castillo for the vacant RFA lightweight title. Juusola hopes a win will earn him a roster spot in the UFC. Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal Follow @heidifang
Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy spoke to the Las Vegas Review-Journal on son’s arrests.
The behind-the-scenes dealing that allowed Las Vegas Sands Corp. to enter the lucrative Macau casino market was the subject of a Nevada Supreme Court hearing today — the second time in almost six years that justices have considered the matter.
Las Vegas-based MMA fighter Ryan Couture looks to extend his win streak to five and get closer to a title shot with a win over Patricky “Pitbull” Freire at Bellator 148 on Jan. 29th.
Bill Clinton spoke at a rally at the Advanced Technologies Academy in Las Vegas Thursday, Jan. 21, 2016.
Chris Powell, president and general manager at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, talks about LVMS owner Bruton Smith’s impact on auto racing. (Ron Kantowski/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump brought his trademark freewheeling campaign style to a raucous crowd of supporters in Las Vegas Thursday.
Dayvid Figler graduated high school early hoping never to come back to Las Vegas. Regardless, he came back and passed the bar at age 23 in 1991.He has lived continuously in Vegas since then and has been living in Downtown Las Vegas for 16 years. He became involved in murder cases as a Special Public Defender in 1997, defending 100 plus people and many high-profile cases. In 2003, Mayor Oscar Goodman appointed him as a judge downtown. The experience changed and added to his perspective of Las Vegas, particularly downtown, for which he is now a strong advocate for its growth and stability. On the side he writes essays, participates in radio, and hosts storytelling events. He lends himself to any school or non-profit that seeks him out him out for his knowledgable familiarity with Las Vegas, having grown up there and having navigated its judicial system as a both a judge and public defender.